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Georgia Pavilion

Georgia Pavilion

THEME: Close Ties between Natural Scenery and Cultural Relics

PAVILION: The Pavilion depicts a typical courtyard in ancient Georgian cities, with a structure representing a giant grape tree, symbolizing the soul of a city.

Georgia Pavilion

EXHIBIT: Visitors enter the main exhibition hall of the Pavilion where a wooden tower represents the grape tree, reminding visitors that Georgia is one of the most ancient winemaking nations in the world. The central structure is surrounded by alcoves, each displaying a separate aspect of Georgia, from the museum corner which displays ancient artifacts and precious metallurgy from the original civilizations of Georgia, to one on the beautiful city of Tblisi which illustrates various aspects of the Georgian lifestyle, to the interaction between the mountains of Georgia and the towns which incorporate the natural beauty of the country into its architecture and culture. There are also displays on the beaches of Georgia which are unique because of the proximity of the mountains which make the air there unusually clean, as well as on the world-famous ski resorts of Georgia, where helicopter skiing has become a new trend.

Georgia Pavilion

CUISINE: There is no dining area listed for the Pavilion.

SHOPPING: There is a gift shop in the rear of the Pavilion in which Pavilion souvenirs, Georgian wine and other products of the region are for sale.

Georgia Pavilion

Note: This Pavilion was located in the Europe Joint Pavilion II


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